We had the opportunity of working with the Ministry of Health andSanitation and the Christian Health Association Liberia. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints provided training facilities, equipment and materials for the course. We had a lot of support from the Ministry of Health Dr S. D Baawo, and Dr Cuallau Jabber-Howe from the Family Health division. This was a training of trainers.
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The teaching along your material was really fun. I did not realize before, that so many evident facts about newborne resuscitation where not known to experienced doctors nurses and midwifes in the field. They appreciated your course very much!
Prior to the class the students are given online assignments. The first day the facilitator candidates go through the learner course and information about conducting classes and assignments to teach. The second day of the class the facilitator candidates assist with teaching a learner course.
The participants were excited about the hand on training. They said that generally they learn from a book but to be able to learn and practice was very beneficial.
I learned that there exists a very big gap in capacity building with the view to empowering the health care providers. Nevertheless, many health care providers are excited and ready to embrace technology in modern healthcare delivery systems.
Easier to teach this course in the institution where the health providers work so gaps in practices can be addressed as well.
Participants in this master trainer/mentor course represented a variety of disciplines - physicians, nurses, advanced practice nurses, physician assistants, midwives, respiratory therapists, public health professionals - which brought tremendous richness to the sharing of experiences.The course structure promoted interaction of the participants around geographic and thematic areas of interest. Collaborations and planning for joint efforts in disseminating HBB resulted from this interaction.
These are experienced birth nurses and physicians and are all committed to offer training to lay birth attendants in Namibia. The biggest challenge was to focus specifically on the teaching tenets of HBB towards lay birth attendants and not to add to the courses they will teach!
Se hicieron dos capacitaciones simultáneas con la Dra. Lucia Mendoza.
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We were teaching pediatric residents and the resuscitation concepts were entirely new to them.
Se hicieron dos capacitaciones simultáneas. La Dra. Lucía Mendoza fue la otra capacitadora
Se capacitaron a las auxiliares de enfermería de los centros y puestos de salud del área de Quetzaltenango con el apoyo de Fundap